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This year, we are excited to gather in person again, in the charming city of Richmond, Virginia, March 9 - 11, 2023. On this page, you will find information about the 2023 SEAALL Meeting, including registration, hotel booking information, dining options, things to do in Richmond, and more. We look forward to seeing you all in Richmond!

Institute, Programs & Schedule

This year, SEAALL is happy to present nine 50-minute programs, two Teddy Talks, and a poster presentation.

Click here to see a complete list of programs

Program materials are linked in the full program list.


Omni Richmond Hotel

100 S 12th St, Richmond, VA 23219

(804) 344-7000

From their website: Nestled within the vibrant Shockoe Slip Historic District, our luxurious newly renovated guestrooms and suites embrace the colors and textures of our River City while lending a nod to its 276 year history. Overlooking the scenic James River with its class four rapids rushing through downtown, Omni Richmond Hotel is just minutes from the nation's most treasured historical sites and attractions, leaving a remarkable impression on all who visit Virginia.

Click here to book your hotel reservation at the SEAALL Annual Meeting discounted price.

Ground Transportation

Click here for information about taxi/bus service from Richmond International Airport to Omni Richmond Hotel

Taxi fare:  Average fare is $26

Bus fare: $2

Uber – Average fare $12 - $40 depending on the size of the vehicle and time of day

Lyft – Average fare $24 - $45 depending on size of vehicle and time of day.

GRTC Pulse - Rapid transit system that serves a 7.6-mile route along Broad Street and Main Street, from Rocketts Landing in the City of Richmond to Willow Lawn in Henrico County. 

Restaurants in RVA

Richmond has a thriving culinary scene. From upscale eateries to quick bites, everyone will leave RVA satisfied. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD your RVA Restaurant Guide. 

Dine-Around Sign Ups

Friday, March 10 at 6PM

Sign up here to join us at one of Richmond's best restaurants. Please sign up now, as space is limited. We look forward to dining with you! 

Things to Do in RVA

Students of the University of Richmond School of Law compiled a list of their favorite things to do in RVA (right). Explore the city and enjoy!

Below you will find a list of some popular sights in Downtown Richmond.

Richmond Black Restaurant Experience (March 5th-12th) 

Virginia State Capitol (0.3 miles from Omni Hotel)

Brown’s Island (0.4 miles)

James River Park on 14th Street (0.4 mile)

Library of Virginia (0.4 mile)

The John Marshall House (0.5 mile

American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar (0.5 mile)

The Virginia War Memorial (0.8 miles) 

Hollywood Cemetery (1.3 miles)

Networking Activity Sign-Ups

If you would like to participate in one of our scheduled activities, please sign up using the provided Google Docs. Space is limited. 

Law Library Tours Sign Up

Use this link to sign up for one of four special tours of Richmond's fabulous libraries: Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Library, Library of Virginia, Virginia State Law Library, and Hunton, Andrews Kurth Law Firm Library. Space is limited to FIVE guests per library. All tours begin at 3:30 PM.

Overheard at the Bar

Come discuss SEAALL history and reminisce about past meetings and members. Use this link to sign up for "Overheard at the Bar" event at the Omni Hotel Bar. Space is limited to FIVE guests. Event begins at 4:00 PM.

SEAALL Hangout at Brambly Park

Join your fellow SEAALL librarians at the Brambly Park for conversation and drinks! Space is limited to 10. Event begins at 8:30 PM. 

Community Service for Annual Meeting

The SEAALL Community Service Committee has selected the YMCA of Greater Richmond as the service project for 2023. 

They do tremendous work in sexual and domestic violence response – providing ER accompaniment, safe housing, and ongoing counseling services to those affected. They also operate two amazing preschools that provide quality education to mixed-income children. Finally, they have launched teen programs to encourage young women’s empowerment and prevent human trafficking. Donations can be made at:

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